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Hewlett Foundation Has Contributed Public Policy Chair

The W.R. Hewlett Foundation has donated $1 million to Harvard to establish the first endowed chair in public policy and

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Fire Dept. to Act Against Overflowing Lecture Halls

Students who sit in the aisles of overcrowded lecture halls during classes violate the state building code and create a

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Charge Against 'Deep Throat' Limits Freedom, Reems Says

Harry Reems, actor in three well-known pornographic films, said last night he was prosecuted and convicted for his participation in

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Seniors Grab Hotel Rooms For Next June

Hotel room vacancies in Cambridge during Commencement Week next June are already very limited, and one hotel is booked solid

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Phone System

A new telephone system for ten Harvard medical area institutions that allows direct dialing from outside phones to extensions within

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Gilmore Situation Puzzles Harvard Law Professors

The case of Gary Mark Gilmore, who has requested execution to avoid a life sentence in prison, poses a new

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Lettuce Boycott

The United Farm Workers' (UFW) six year boycott on non-UFW lettuce will probably end within the next two weeks and

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College Crime

Crime at Harvard decreased significantly from last year during the 14 weeks between July 1 and October 9, the latest

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Critic Blasts TV Executives' Programming

"The people who run the television networks have a responsibility to society--to make an effort to bring the best of

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New Law Limits Numbers Of Foreign Medical Students

The number of foreign medical school graduates and doctors permitted to settle and practice in the United States will be

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Tufts Squeaks by Harvard In Frisbee Team's Debut

The 16 members of the Harvard Ultimate Frisbee team opened their season Sunday with an away game against a Tufts

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Riesman Declines Offer

David Riesman '31, Ford II Professor of Social Sciences, said yesterday he does not feel qualified to be a Supreme

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